Kemants Call on Nations and Nationalities for Support

(A4O, 22 March 2014) Kemant Recognition and Self-Governance Coordination Committee called on Ethiopian Nations and Nationalities for support on the 7th NNPD celebrated in Bahir Dar on the 8th of December.

The call was made on the Amharic pamphlet distributed and indicated below. Some of nations and nationalities representatives communicated back Kemants for further information.

There was also another pamphlet from the Addis Ababa communities, but that was not dispatched to public because it was strongly worded protest to celebration of NNPD at Bahir Dar what the document called the oppressive region for nationalities.


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Posted on March 22, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Advocacy for Oromia, thank you for republishing Kemant’s issue. Since March 2014, campaign against Kemant is intensified. More than 60 Kemants have been abducted by a security force and currently under detention without due process. I expect our Oromo brothers publish the current reports available on wlka on their media and report human right agencies. As we learn from Agaw/Kemants’ possible defeat will be eventually defeat of Oromo and other Ethiopian nationalities.

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